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Former Vectrus SVP Chico Moline Joins PAE ISR as President; Karl Williams Comments

Chico Moline

Chico Moline, formerly senior vice president and general manager of Vectrus’ (NYSE: VEC) information technology and network communication service business line, has joined the PAEAmerican Operations Corp. joint venture PAE ISR as president.

The 20-year engineering integration and business leadership veteran will aim to address PAE ISR’s market growth opportunities in his new role, Karl Williams, president of PAE and chairman of PAE ISR, said Monday.

PAE ISR delivers intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms and support services to U.S. agencies, NATO and other international institutions and has experience in test and evaluation, logistics, systems integration, deployment, training and operations and maintenance of unmanned aircraft systems.

Before he joined Vectrus in 2015, Moline worked at Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) as VP and GM of the IT services division.

PAE ISR is one of the four companies selected by the U.S. Navy to provide ISR services for land and maritime-based UAS under a potential five-year, $1.73 billion indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

PAE ISR will provide its Resolute Eagle Group 3 tactical drone in support of the IDIQ contract.

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